Are Ukrainian women in Poland entitled to childbirth allowance
- Are Ukrainian women in Poland entitled to childbirth allowance
What childbirth benefits are Ukrainian refugee women entitled to in Poland
Nationals of other countries with a legal right to reside in the EU may be entitled to various social benefits, including maternity and paternity leave, childcare subsidies and tax credits.
Thus, Ukrainian women who have legal status in Poland, e.g. temporary protection, and who have given birth to a child in this country are entitled to the following social benefits:
- Medical care: Access to prenatal and postnatal care as well as access to paediatric care for the child can be provided through the National Health Fund.
- Cash benefits: Financial support for basic needs such as food and shelter may be available through programmes such as the Family Support Fund.
- Childcare services: Access to childcare facilities, including pre-school programmes, may be provided by the government or private organizations.
- Education: Access to free primary and secondary education for a child.
- Integration Services: Access to language courses and vocational training programs to help refugees integrate into Polish society.
Note: Specific details of these benefits may vary depending on the person's legal status, length of stay in Poland and other factors. It is important to check with local authorities or organisations for up-to-date information.
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